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Old 01-12-2019, 03:15 AM   #1
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Gents, believe this is an old Bryant or Murray panel. All identifying info gone. Looking for confirmation on total circuits and where tandem breakers can be used. Clearly some problems with grounds that I am taking care of. Anyone know by sight what panel it is?







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It says Murray on the main breaker, what else do you need to know?
One thing, hire an electrician to replace it.
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Gents, believe this is an old Bryant or Murray panel. All identifying info gone. Looking for confirmation on total circuits and where tandem breakers can be used. Clearly some problems with grounds that I am taking care of. Anyone know by sight what panel it is?







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